The foul-mouthed celebrity chef from TV's Hell's Kitchen demonstrates why he nevertheless ranks among the world's finest chefs at this fine-dining restaurant in a West Hollywood boutique hotel. Two pastel-color dining rooms with city views flank a formidable white marble bar, creating a space that feels stylish yet surprisingly unpretentious. A menu of small plates accommodates both light suppers and indulgent feasts. Highlights include Ramsay's signature beef Wellington for two, filet mignon and braised short ribs, and a Maine lobster with coconut froth and mushroom ravioli. To maximize the experience, consider one of the flexible tasting menus ($120 on average), artfully crafted by Ramsay's local culinary team and orchestrated by a polished, gracious staff.